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" York, and other chief letter offices at some convenient place or places in each of Her Majesty's provinces or colonies in America. "
House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d ... - Page 436
by United States. Congress. House
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Senate Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Public Documents and ..., Volume 2

United States. Congress. Senate - United States
...America. Local and imperfect arrangements for the conveyance of mails were afterwards made, at differeat periods, in several of the colonies, until 1710, when...time appointed by the Postmaster General in England, ami Doctor Benjamin Franklin was so appointed in 1755. He was removed in 1771. On the 26th of July,...
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The Annals of America: From the Discovery by Columbus in the Year ..., Volume 1

Abiel Holmes - America - 1829
...Scotland, Ireland, North America, and the West Indies. The Postmaster General was to be " at liberty to keep one chief Letter Office in New York, and other chief Offices at some convenient place or places in each of her majesty's Provinces or Colonies in America."4...
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Peter Parley's Illustrations of Commerce

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - Commercial products - 1849 - 152 pages
...general postoffice for all her majesty's dominions." The postmaster-general was to be " at liberty to keep one chief letter office in New York; and other chief offices at some convenient place or places in each of her majesty's provinces or colonies in America."...
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The National Almanac and Annual Record

Almanacs, American - 1864
...was nothing like system until 1710, when the British Parliament authorized the PostmasterGeneral " to keep one chief letter office in New York, and other...Majesty's provinces or colonies in America." Deputy Postm.isters-General for Nortli America were subsequently from time to time appointed by tlie British...
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The National Almanac and Annual Record for ...

Almanacs, American - 1864
...nothing like system until 1710, when the British Parliament authorized the PostmasterQeneral "to keep ono chief letter office in New York, and other chief letter...Majesty's provinces or colonies in America." Deputy Pos t masters-General for North America were Kiiba6i]iU'iitIy from time to timo appointed by the līntifih...
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THE SIGHTS AND SECRETS OF THE NATIONAL CAPITAL

DR. JOHN B.ELLIS - 1869
...Post-Office for all Her Majesty's dominons. By this act, the Postmaster-General was permitted to have " one chief letter office in New York, and -other chief letter offices at some convenient place or places in each of Her Majesty's provinces or Colonies in America." When...
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Behind the Scenes in Washington: Being a Complete and Graphic Account of the ...

James Dabney McCabe - United States - 1873 - 518 pages
...Post-office for all Her Majesty's dominions. By this act, the Post-MasterGeneral was permitted to have " one chief letter office in New York, and other chief letter offices at some convenient place or places in each of Her Majesty's provinces or colonies in America." When...
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BEHIND THE SCENES IN WASHINGTON BEING A COMPLETE AND GRAPHIC ACCOUNT OF THE ...

EDWARD WINSLOW MARTIN - 1873
...Post-office for all Her Majesty's dominions. By this act, the Post-MasterGeneral was permitted to have " one chief letter office in New York, and other chief letter offices at some convenient place or places in each of Her Majesty's provinces or colonies in America." When...
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FIFE AND SCENES IN THE NATIONAL CAPITAL, AS A WOMAN SEES THEM

MARY CLEMMER AMES - 1873
...Post-Office for all Her Majesty's dominions. By this act, the Postmaster-General was permitted to have one chief letter office in New York, and other chief letter offices at some convenient place or places in each of Her Majesty's provinces or colonies in America* When...
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Ten Years in Washington: Life and Scenes in the National Capital, as a Woman ...

Mary Clemmer - Washington (D.C.) - 1873 - 587 pages
...Post-Office for all Her Majesty's dominions. By this act, the Postmaster-General was permitted to have one chief letter office in New York, and other chief letter offices at some convenient place or places in each of Her Majesty's provinces or colonies in America. When...
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